CREATING ACCESSIBLE AUDIO CONTENT

References

Content References

Bakken Jepsen, J., De Clerk, G., Lutalo-Kiingi, S & McGregor, W. (2012). Sign languages of the world: a comparative handbook. Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton & Ishara Press.

Bailey, C. & Dolby, K. (2002). The Canadian Dictionary of ASL. Edmonton, Alberta: University of Alberta Press.

Broadcasting Accessibility Fund. (2016). Broadcasting Accessibility Fund. Retrieved from http://www.baf-far.caopen new window

Canadian Association of the Deaf. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://cad.caopen new window

Canadian Hard of Hearing Association. (n.d). Hearing Loss. Retrieved from http://chha-bc.org/hearing-lossopen new window

Canadian Hearing Society. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://www.chs.caopen new window

Carroll & Fletcher. (n.d.) Christine Sun Kim bio. Retrieved from: https://www.carrollfletcher.com/artists/66-christine-sun-kim/biography/open new window

Connecticut Public Broadcasting Network. (January 18, 2017). WNPR Partners with American School for the Deaf’s Source Interpreting Department to Provide American Sign Language Interpretation of The Colin McEnroe Show on Facebook Live. Retrieved from http://cpbn.org/wnpr-partners-with-american-school-for-the-deafopen new window

Hartford Courant. (February 9, 2017). Colin McEnroe: Radio For The Deaf, Finding A New Wavelength. Retrieved from http://www.courant.com/opinion/op-ed/hc-op-mcenroe-radio-for-the-deaf-0212-20170209-column.htmlopen new window

Humble, Á. (2015). Guide to Transcribing. Retrieved from Mount Saint Vincent University: www.msvu.ca/site/media/msvu/GuideTranscribing.pdf.

Legislative Assembly of Ontario. (2007). Retrieved from http://www.ontla.on.ca/web/bills/bills_detail.do?locale=en&BillID=1619&isCurrent=false&BillStagePrintIopen new window

O’Malley, M. (2008). Falling between frames: Institutional discourse and disability in radio. Speech and Language Therapy Department, A`ras Moyola, National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland.

Ouch. (March 17, 2017). Ouch: Disability Talk. Retrieved from http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p02r6yqw/episodes/downloadopen new window

Reagan, T. (2011). Ideological Barriers to American Sign Language: Unpacking Linguistic Resistance. Sign Language Studies. 11(4).

Ross, K. (2001). All ears: radio, reception and discourses of disability. Media, Culture & Society. Vol 23, Issue 4.

Sun Kim, C. (2015). The enchanting music of sign language. Retrieved from: https://www.ted.com/talks/christine_sun_kim_the_enchanting_music_of_sign_languageopen new window

TED Talks (2015). The enchanting music of sign language. Retrieved from: https://www.ted.com/talks/christine_sun_kim_the_enchanting_music_of_sign_languageopen new window

The Colin McEnroe Show. (2017). In Facebook. Retrieved from https://www.facebook.com/ColinMcShowopen new window

Tigerfish Transcribing. (2010). Transcription Style Guide. Retrieved from http://tigerfish.comopen new window

Transcribe. (2015). Verbatim vs. Non-verbatim Transcription: What is the Difference? Retrieved from: https://www.transcribe.com/verbatim-vs-non-verbatim-transcription-what-is-the-difference/open new window

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Overview

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Focus Area One: Manual Transcriptions for Radio Shows and Podcasts

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Focus Area Two: Tips for Transcribing (Part One)

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Focus Area Two: Tips for Transcribing (Part Two)

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Focus Area Three: Transcription Software

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Focus Area Four: American Sign Language (ASL) and Quebec Sign Language (LSQ) (Part One)

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Retrieved from https://www.arts.gov/art-works/2017/art-talk-sound-artist-christine-sun-kimopen new window


Focus Area Five: Using Transcripts & ASL at CBC Radio Show The Current

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Focus Area Six: SPOTLIGHT ON THE COLIN MCENROE SHOW AND ASL RADIO

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Focus Area Seven: Profile of Jeffrey Kofman

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Focus Area Eight: ACCESSIBILITY IN THE Faculty of Media & Creative Arts AT HUMBER

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Summary

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